The Corvair Community benefits from a solid network of parts suppliers, repair shops, local and international clubs, and online message boards. Through this section we hope you will find a way to plugin and ultimately meet Corvair Enthusiasts in your area.
Owner/Administrator: The San Diego Corvair Club - Royce Hildreth
Description: Started in 1995, Corvair Center features a single list, forum style format.
Owner/Administrator: Scott Howey
Description: Started in 2009, Corvair Forum features a segregated, forum style forrmat
Owner/Administrator: [enter current admin here]
Description: Started in 1999, Fast Vairs is dedicated to high performance discussions.
Using Yahoo Groups, it offers email list and forum style format.
Owner/Administrator: Virtual Vairs - Dennis Pleau
Description: Started in 1992, Virtual Vairs features an email list style forrmat.
Ethan Shepard Tuesday, 28 March 2017 19:52 Comment Link
I recently bought a 1962 Monza 900 with a 102hp engine that seems to have some problems. It has a rough idle and after checking things over I dicovered that the firing order is mixed up. The way it's wired it starts out on number 2 cylinder. I pulled distributor and brought up the number 1 cylinder and got everything reset. It will not start with the correct firing order. After replacing the plug wires back in the original arrangement it starts and runs. Still rough idle and the engine will occasionally clunk when shutting off. What could be the problem? Is it possible that the engine builder installed the cam wrong? I am stumped. And with the shutting off clunk I worry about bending pushrods or valves. I would appreciate all suggestions.
David Olson Wednesday, 07 December 2016 12:00 Comment Link
Hi. Looking for help with my 68 Corvair pg 110 carburator. I've just rebuilt the carbs and the right side one is now flooding, and the car won't start. The left one is not flooding. I've taken the carb apart again and it looks ok. Any help would be appreciated. David
Terry McKenna Saturday, 06 October 2012 18:41 Comment Link
I found this article about this "Corvair" prototype that I had never heard about. I thought that I would forward the info & see if anyone else finds this interesting.
Here's the site link:
Member: Pikes Peak Corvair Club
James W. Cleary Saturday, 22 September 2012 08:37 Comment Link
I am interested in anyone who is in the process of or has completed a Grand National engine swap into a Corvair. Thanks, Jim